Should your life be destroyed for bad things you said when you were 16 or even as an adult in the public eye? I don't think so... In this episode, I demonstrate how forgiveness and mercy are what we need to come together.
In light of recent controversies, it seemed pertinent to discuss ethical behavior in a free society. In this podcast, I discuss where freedoms end, and how I think we should approach disagreement and tolerance.
This episode covers the idea of Americanism from Mark Levin's new book and some of the non-political takeaways I had. One of these characteristics that is key is entrepreneurship and the solutions the private sector creates. We discuss the threats to today's American ideals of individualism, liberty, and self-governance. As promised, here is my Brave... Continue Reading →
Insults are the arguments employed by those who are in the wrong. -Jean-Jacques Rousseau This has become apparent in recent years as hysteria has swept across the country, and even the world. The loudest voices rise to the top, and they shout down opposition, using insults to ostracize political opponents. But, no good idea requires... Continue Reading →
Episode 3- Free Speech In Today's World: Check out this episode of the Podcast to hear about the origins of American Free Speech and how it applies today.
Feminism began as a fight for equal treatment. However, it has devolved into angry shouting, mistreatment of women, replicating masculine traits and turned against individualism.
Net Neutrality threatens liberty online and would allow government regulations to dictate winners and losers and slow progress of internet speeds. Read more to find out how.
Secularism is creating a monopoly in government institutions, and demonizing all religious people, especially those in government. To understand the separation of church and state, the effect of religion on morals and how people should act in government institutions with respect to faith, give this a read.
It wasn’t long ago when kids were kids. They could play with sticks, jump from trees, ride their bikes and be free to have fun. They didn’t have to worry about their identity, rather they were allowed to enjoy the wonder that’s inherent to childhood. Now, all of that is eroding. Parents are there to... Continue Reading →
I believe in our Bill of Rights that we have in the United States. I think it is the greatest source of freedom and protection from tyranny man ever created. The rights and protections it gives the people of our country were groundbreaking, and writing them expressly into law solidified them and restrained our government.... Continue Reading →